Source:OB-OTS- 2x Beyerdyamic MC930's(matched pair)>Canare Cables>Edirol(Digi-MOD)UA5(Optical)>Nomad JB3 Recorded at 48khz Lineage:Nomad Explorer>Wavlab 5.0 (channels Matched/Light Compression)(NO DAE/EQ)>R8Brain(dither to 44.1 khz)CDWav(Track Cuts)TLH>flac16 and SBE check. Taped by:MULETAPER Transferred by:MULETAPER Keywords:Furthur; Audience; FOB; Beyerdynamics mc930; MULETAPER
Doin' That Rag
West L.A. Fadeaway
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
Ramble On Rose
Playin' In The Band
In The Midnight Hour
Here Comes Sunshine
Mountain Of The Moon
Uncle Johns Band
No More Do I
The Days Between
Box Of Rain
Source: FOB-OTS- 2x Beyerdyamic MC930's(matched pair)>Canare Cables>Edirol(Digi-MOD)UA5(Optical)>Nomad JB3
Recorded at 48khz
Location: OTS-FOB 15 ft left of SBD- 15 ft left of DFC
Mics OTRF-pointed to inside of stacks at 9.5 ft
Transfer: Nomad Explorer>Wavlab 5.0 (channels Matched/Light Compression)(NO DAE/EQ)>R8Brain(dither to 44.1 khz)CDWav(Track Cuts)TLH>flac16 and SBE check.
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Recorded,Transfer and Mastering by Matt Rappaport (muletaper)
July 27, 2012 Subject:
This was my 4th Furthur show and easily the best one yet. The first set was good with nice versions of Doin'That Rag, West LA Fadeaway and Halfstep. The second set is great all the way through with the highlights being Playin, Here Comes Sunshine and an amazing spaced out Mountains Of The Moon. I love what they are doing with MOTM.
Thanks for the great AUD.
I hope the band keeps touring forever.
July 14, 2012 Subject:
Great Recording, they were trying
First of all, thanks to Muletaper for all of the recordings he has shared. Doin' That Rag had an interesting jam and the last 2 songs of the set (1/2 Step and Ramble On Rose were fun singalongs). The rest were nice but unexciting strolls down memory lane; West LA had me remembering Hampton '87 and my first time hearing it. Try as they might in the 2nd set, however, they never quite took off. All of the various ideas they bounced off each other in Playin', Here Comes Sunshine, and Mountains of the Moon would raise expectations but then drift off. A long evening equivalent of The Other One out of space riffs and notes but no eventual Phil bomb or momentum. Days Between was excellent but with no energetic closer, it felt like Throwin' without NFA. Alas, all of these comparisons are about the GD, and these guys have their own style and interests. I appreciate the chance to hear it again and gleam something more exciting in retrospect. 5 stars for the recording; 3 stars for their effort to improvise, and 2 stars for lift off. Of course, I'll be seeing them again.
July 13, 2012 Subject:
IMO, this is probably the best audience recording Muletaper has put out.